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/khrarpblgs us. you have the big main. usually there are 60 or a hundred or 50. the little guys are 20-15-30. if you want to shut off the power you shut off the little guys first than the main. when you throw a switch there is the arch. like water when water flows in an old house any you shut it off quick you get the hammer effect? that's like electricity. is it safe to do it if you smell natural gas? show of hands. >> nobody has their hands up. it's not safe to flicking any switches if you smell natural gas. how about if there is smoke coming out of an outlet. if you shut this off in an area where there is no gas, good idea. >> just about anything can be a hazardous material, cleaners, solvants, hair products anything can be hazardous. they are every where. the only time they are hazardous if they are misused our there is a disaster. do you see these in san francisco? that's probably propane. we have a port. in an industrial area. it identified where they are stored. are there hazardous storage places in this air? no. are there a dry cleaners? yes. who remembers grand auto. they ha
, i'm not a big fan of raising taxes, especially for small businesses. but the reality is we are in a financial crisis right now. and i read this over and over over the weekend. it is only a half a cent. they could have gone higher. i like the fact that this legislation is dedicated. it's not going into the general fund. our speaker spoke about -- you know, we are going to be getting a lot of parolees in this town. public safety is a big deal in my district. we have issues right now and we call the police and it takes a while for them to get there. and it's a big deal. it's just the reality of what's happening in the state of california today. so i will put a motion in support of this half cent sales tax. president o'brien: does anybody want to comment on that first or anybody want to take a vote on that? commissioner clyde? commissioner clyde: i would like to comment before we vote. i too will be supporting this because i do and long have supported dedicated funding for the social safety net. i think that we should have something -- i have children and i don't know how peopl
will have consumption and demand big enough to help continue, assuming the political environment is stable, not only into the country, but around it. i know you interviewed secretary kissinger on china. that is the number one fear. the number one fear is the stability, either inside or outside of china, will not be good. if the condition remains like it is today, not to mention there are a lot of flash points out there -- you heard the latest news about the china sea issues. there are a lot of issues going around. but assuming the leadership in china is able to manage all that and one would hope that they could and one would have high hopes that they would, this to growth will go on for two days to three decades. but the first statement you made in the show, i actually think that, as americans, i am always a positive thinker, as you know -- i think we're just going through relativity. we are relatively speaking not seeing what we have seen in the last 20 years are 25 years. going forward, there needs to be structural changes, reinventing ourselves, but you still -- china came from nothing.
have those big social differences within our town. this is just shortly a slide that shows you what already has been polled, that denmark and the netherlands, they are in fact far ahead of all of the other european countries and belgium is somewhere in-between making an effort but for sure also at this trip, i have been able to learn a lot from my european colleagues in denmark and in the netherlands. brussels is in the heart of europe and i think it's also has been a very good thing that there is european regulations, although at this moment, european regulations are mainly on achieving certain environmental standards. let's say pollution by co2 and particles. but that has helped us as we had too high air pollution in brussels as it was sanctioned by the european union that we really could stress on alternative mobility. we don't wait until european legislation or regulation coming up. we also have no brussels, no belgium, but european towns, towns in europe, trying to find one another and to press, to put pressure on mayors and regional ministers to commit themselves to invest in
the tree is big enough that it won't be damaged by that. >> i was wondering if you give advice, if someone has a particular house in a particular location, they know they need a tree, can you help them choose a good one? >> we can. if they're planting a tree in a sidewalk, they would fill out a tree planting permit application. it is really important, we encourage to contact us, because as i said earlier there, are species that won't do well in san francisco, and some of those windy foggy areas of the city, there's only a few tree that is will really thrive there. it is important to make sure you get. >> they can call your office? >> they can call the bureau, get on the website, we have some information on the website about species, we're trying to bolster that, friends of the urban forest is a nonprofit group. they good information on their website about which trees do well. we're happy to give that kind of advice, because we much rather have a healthy urban forest. >> if they wanted to call you, what number would they call? >> the best number. well to get to the bureau directly, 641-2676
for demolition beyond the big ones with of talked about? >> it is not clear and it depends on how these projects play out, but the hope sf projects could me. -- could be. the two big ones, and of the office of housing is here. but they contain 7000 units, i believe. the ultimate goal is to have a mixed income community that includes for sale and rental on the same property. the exemption is specifically for property that will be 100% affordable to a person's earning below 60%. it is for a broader range of income levels. and the exemption is only for rental. >> how much money have we set aside? >> i'm sorry, i doubt of the answer to that one. just to be clear, and of the policy goals are to preserve low-income housing. but our reading of this is that it would also prohibit the definition of market rate condos. it would prohibit the demolition of buildings built after 1979. it would prohibit the demolition of a university student housing. and it would prohibit the demolition of the 50 housing units even if the replacement project provides more units or if the replacement project is now entirely be
tremendous. a big part of it for me is seeing how the scholarship fund has really made a difference for the people in that neighborhood, and for people outside the neighborhood who come into use the facility because of the changes that happened. i would really like you to reconsider the ordinance. supervisor avalos: thank you. next speaker, please. >> i on a business called in these hot dogs. -- called annie's hotdogs. the parks department has been wonderful to work with. because of the contract i have gotten, i have been able to hire 15 new employees and expand my business. we have a total of 26 employees. i work with my son. i think the people that run the parks do a really good job, and the general public, although they have all these concerns, should not be involved in these decisions. that is my personal opinion. i think you hire people to do a job and they should be allowed to do their job. i have been in business in san francisco for 30 years. i started off at the port of san francisco. everybody at the port of san francisco was wonderful to work with. everybody i work with a
the game on the big screen. team usa fans were disapoigned but also happy for japan. >> it is not a u.s. game without drama for sure. it was dramatic and japan deserves it . the u.s. will get it next year. >> we kept on coming back and i was not worried at all. they pulled it through. collin will have more highlights from the day's match coming up sports. >> the president got a bit of world cup fever today. he sent a tweet saying sorry i can't see you play there, but i will cheer you on. >> there is no progress after another day of debt negotiations between the white house and congressional aids. house republican leader scheduled to vote tuesday on a plan of their own and increase the debt limit two and half trillion with a condition of hundred billion be cut from the next year's budget . congress must approve a balanced budget amendment. it is unlikely that plan will get senate approval. president obama is pushing for a big deal. >> it would be balanced between the revenue and spending. the question is how much can we get done? the president wants as much done to give assurance to th
at the civic center plaza, nearly 3000 fans sat on the ground and nearly could not keep their eyes off the big screen. most of the people were cheering for the american women's team, you can hear their excitement after the team scored a goal. but it was this kick that made japan the world cup champions. these ladies could not want any more and aden said it was a tough loss and after he shook his head after watching the game. >> it was a big letdown. >> despite the loss, fan's 1/7 as the were excited to see this many people watching the game. >> we have been waiting for women's soccer to come up to this level and now we're here in downtown san for cisco watching it. >> we have a programming note to tell you about this coming monday kron will air nbc programming. we will run america's got talent. and then kron4 news will air at 10:00 p.m. that is monday on kron4. >> the 4 05 freeway is open again 17 hours ahead of schedule it was closed this weekend so a bridge to be demolished. >> finishing the job up early, some 17 hours ahead of schedule the shutdown of it titmouse stretch of the 405 fr
in oakland. a car wash fund-raiser was held today. a big part of the event friends say was to help pay for her funeral then set up a trust fund for her 2-year-old son. organizers call the case disturbing. >> a human being is dead. and a human being was burned alive. and as a bay area community we need to be outraged. we cannot live in a society that is okay with this violence against women. >> friends say rodas was a happy outgoing mother who lovedded her son. donations are still being accepted at the oakland ymca. there is a $10,000 reward being offered. >>> casey anthony's lawyer refused to talk about where his client is now. she seems to be staying out of the public eye. after nearly three years behind bars she left a florida jail just after midnight with $537 in her pocket. the money was sent to her by admirers. a jury convicted the 25-year- old of lying to investigators but acquitted her of murdering her 2-year-old daughter. her lawyers say anthony has received at least one death threat. >>> a woman in rupert murdoch's inner circle is out on bail after being arrested in connection
by natural disaster and nuclear calamities a big reason to smile, "today," monday, july 18th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> welcome to "today" on this monday morning. i'm ann curry. >> and i'm lester holt in for matt. i think we both watched that match yesterday. you've got to feel good about the u.s. team. we were disappointed, but what a performance they put on and what a great thing they did for american soccer. >> that's right. for women's soccer, particularly, bringing it to a new level of cool. men and boys, women and girls, nationwide, watching them play. i think that they're winners in that regard. >> and the japanese certainly have something to feel good about after a really rough year. and i love the fact they thanked the world for the support they have had. >> and they continue to thank, actually, after every game. so it's a pretty exciting bit. >>> in the meantime, another major story, the fact of this heatwave. millions of americans are sweltering in this dangerous heat and humidity today. how long will it last? how bad will it be? well, al has the fore
union and then want to go to the bank. we know we are limited. we cannot afford to give out a big loan. starting from the credit union, we educate them about filing taxes properly and then moving on to the bank, a small one, expansion, and we work with the bank. the bank and credit union are similar. we do allow tax returns, projections. credit unions do not charge an additional loan or processing fee. processing time, on a small loan, -- consumer loans probably a few days. because we require a business plan, sometimes it takes longer. business plans take a while. especially bank statements. we need to see consistent income coming in. so far, a credit union delinquent rate is quite low because we are working with a client. we want to keep that low and as part of our mission. there is no application fee. if you are interested in an application or information, i have brochures, or you can give us a call. >> thank you. next is marked with wells fargo. >> hello, i work for wells fargo bank. i cover the northern california region. i usually focus on about $350 -- $350,000 of sbe loans. last
yesterday. friends say a big part of the event was to help pay for her funeral and then set up a trust fund for her 2-year-old son. a $10,000 reward is offered for information leading to the killer's arrest. >>> this morning, casey anthony is a free woman. but her whereabouts are only known to a few people. she left a florida jail just after midnight sunday after nearly three years behind bars. she had $537 in her pocket. that money was sent by admirers. a jury convicted the 25-year- old of lying to investigators but acquitted her of murdering her 2-year-old daughter. the decision angered many people. for others, her release was simply something to see. >> we just left one of the theme parks and we were on our way home and just stopped in. >> i thought it would be interesting to be able to be in the presence of her to be part of history. >> her lawyers say anthony has received at least one death threat. >>> a tea party-backed plan to raise the nation's debt ceiling is expected to pass in the house tomorrow but stall in the senate. the plan would let the government borrow $2.4 trillion if co
not leave their home for the most part and if they did, they walked, took the bus, or a bike. this is a big effort on the part of the people of los angeles and all the entities here to address the congestion and gridlock to improve the quality of our air. the sacrifices and the burden that we share now, will have dividend's going into the future. >> this is all part of a billion dollar construction plan to extend the 4052 at an age of the lane. part of that included demolishing part of the bridge behind me while the crew is finished at up this morning they clean the debris off the freeway and now it is ready for traffic in the morning rush. this will happen all over again in 11 months when the crew was demolished the other side of the bridge of next year. >> clear skies around the bay area for this evening, temperatures in the '50s and '60s it will be a little bit warmer for tomorrow i will have the forecast coming up. hello parents, it's going to be a big school year. your kids are going to climb rope. they're going to have a year long tug war with the ceiling. and by the time they get o
was harder. then, she was about to faint. i gave her a few big ones and it came out of her mouth. >> i couldn't believe it. such a tiny girl had such a power punch in her. and i was just proud. >> wow. she says she decided to go public with the story so people taking care of her kids know it's important to teach the little ones important life-saving techniques. so kult, she says i gave her some big ones! >> and exactly, what presence of mind there. >> springing into action. >> and there is lovely sunny skies today. and there is a beautiful day, warmer in most loks than yesterday. there is a live view right now from our sutro camera looking over san francisco. there are low clouds as you can see making their way into the shot here, blue skies inland. take a look at temperature readings, it's mild in fremont and fairfield. upper 70s at napa and san jose. 76 in redwood city. 69 in san francisco. 68 half moon bay. and it's warmer in vir wallly all location business awe few degrees, six degrees warmer in san francisco then at this hour yesterday. seven degrees than at this hour yesterday. and seve
and that book became "special circumstances," story of a murder in a big law firm. it came out in 2000 and spent seven weeks on "the new york times"' bestsellers' list. so for those of you who have bought my books, i thank you, because now i don't have to practice law full-time anymore. >> but all kidding aside, you know, i think crime novelists and readers of crime novels whether it's lawyer books or whether it's private detectives or cops, you know, in my world i'm like -- unlike tony's, i can control the outcome. i can get justice in my books because i can fix the ending. and i start -- and most authors do i start with the ending. i know who did it, how and why. and by god, when i write that book, i'm going to make sure justice is served. i think that's why people keep coming back to lawyer books in particular because there's a lot of drama in the courtroom. there's always a murder. there's always big stakes. i've written books about death penalty cases. the stakes don't get any bigger than that. and i think it was important to me to have the center of my books a defense att
are telling us about an accident in the south bay. >> nasa right. we have a jackknifeed big prig -- that's right we have a jackknifed big rig. the fire department is actually unloading the contents and putting it into another it truck so it won't spoil. you can see the congestion as a result, if we could pan off to the right there. we can see that people are slowing down. they are stopping to take a look. so it's causing some congestion in the morgan hill area. all right. let's head to pleasanton right now. this is over interstate 680 where we have metering lights doing a test-run. this is between pleasanton and dublin. right now, the lights are all green. and this is to get folks used to the fact about the lights. here's a six-car crash. look at this backup. this is on 0 westbound at highway 4. a tow truck is on the scene but you can see the damage has been done. the backup is pretty extensive. this will probably last for at least the last half-hour or so. if i were you, i would try to avoid 80 westbound. >>> on this monday, patchy fog at bast f there's not a lot out there. there's rain
it won twice, are beaten. >> japan's big win, now, giving that nation new hope. >>> and super dog. the ten-pound crime fighter caught on camera. how he took a bite out of crime. he's here live this morning. >>> good morning, everyone. seeing poco, i have a craving for taco bell. george is off today. spending a letle time with his family. josh is right here by my side. oh, that game. >> this close. this close, twice. of course, the u.s. women falling, in stunning fashion, to japan in the world cup final yesterday. we saw the agony of defeat. but we have to remember, we have seen the thrill of victory, twice before. first, against brazil and then against france. i think something that occurred to me yesterday, what we saw yesterday was the thrill of defeat. if you could watch that game yesterday and go back to the ticket booth and say, i want my money back, that wasn't enough for me, you got a very higigbar for drama and excitement and entertainment. >> deborah roberts is there. we'll have a live report from her ininust a little moment. >>> thankfully the temperatures aren't as bad
happened this weekend for granted. >> we'll have a big period like we did this time around to really do the outreach so everybody understands. >> part two of this demolition project is doesn'ted to take 53 hours as well, however, instead of three concrete girters that need to come down, there will be four next year, and instead of two concrete columns, there will be twice as m. today the man in charge wants to use the same tactic to get people not to get into their cars next summer. however, the big question is how many people will do that considering what happened this weekend. for now, we're in the -- pass. >> all right. live in los angeles, thank you. >>> thousands of soccer fans watched the women's world cup final on the big screen today. a free public viewing of the game was held at civic center plaza in san francisco. u.s. soccer team facing japan in what was an exciting game. going into penalty kick. jennifer is going to have complete highlights in sports, not going to give it away. >>> a free woman and no one knows where she is, not even her mother. >> she's going to need some i
that carried the heavy downtown interest or big business. you had a lot of candidates on an even keel. what i felt quickly was the strategy to being successful was to build coalitions, and also to approach your communication in a multi land will approach. in my district, it is one of the most ethnically diverse parts of san francisco. we incorporated that. my campaign team was diverse. i had seniors. i had young people. i had different types of volunteers. i had folks that could speak chinese, spanish, someoan, all reaching out to bring people in. there is a certain level of malta and -- of momentum that help people. i would never ask my volunteers to do something i was not willing to do. we were at the bus stop at the morning handing out literature. i think that is critical, to bring into city hall that, yes, i am elected to lead, but more importantly to serve. that is my number one focus point. i am here to serve. when you call me, i am at 4 service. >> what about issues facing san francisco, facing your district, and how you are going to balance the needs of san francisco at large against
critical decision. that is what it is all about. it is very simple. there has been a big smokescreen. there has been numerous red herring thrown out in order to try to confuse the public about this measure. it is much more simple than all of those allegations pretend. the big issue for all of us is how do we find the parks. that is the big question we keep getting asked. the people of san francisco have repeatedly voted money for the parks. they have never turned down the park's bond. by 2/3 votes they have provided $170 million. they have extended the open space. if this policy continues within the department, there are so many angry people in the city that will no longer vote to support our parks. people are angry, saying we have done all we can to support our parks but are having them taken away, having access taken away. if you really want to fund the parks, adopt this ordinance and go to the people for support for our parks. if you do not, the people are no longer going to support the parks. supervisor avalos: thank you. i have a few more cards to read. jude lang, nancy wuerful,
gathered in civic center plaza to watch the game on big screen. two u.s.a. fans they were disappointed of the loss but still happy for japan. >> it was dramatic. we'll get them next year. >> team u.s.a. doesn't have a lot of time to dwell on the loss. they are getting to set for the 2012 olympics. i just hate the way it ended, i know that is rule but i hate to see it end that way after 90 minutes of trying so hard. a lot of people are hoarse from the screaming over the weekend. >> a lot of fun over the weekend. >> bring it on. >> and beautiful picture from sutro tower. we are looking down the golden gate bridge, few clouds trying to make a late entrance this morning. acts around the coast and golden gate but the rest of us is clear. cooler this morning, 1-8 degrees. 48 in half moon bay. let's head down to the monterey bay and few more clouds, temperatures in the low 50s and clear 49 in gilroy. today, our first highlights, sunny and warmer. more clouds and see a little bit tonight, close coastal drizzle that will slow the warming and definitely have warming temperatures throughout the w
of robotics in the figure for your leadership and dedication on the space walk. you really mean that a big success. thank you very much for bringing sandy here. [laughter] we cannot thank you enough for everything you have done. we tried to trade might for sandy that they would not take us up on the deal. you really left us in a good position. we would like to thank you in your crew for leaving the station ready to go for the rest of the decade. >> you are listening live to a conversation between the crew of atlantis and members of the international space station. any moment they are going to be closing the hatch. it will be bringing back a canister that is the size of a bus filled with space station trash. the hatches between the two spacecraft >> the atlantis crew has now gone back into the shuttle. they will melt) patch -- they will now close becauthe hatch. >> there is. the astronauts detaching from the international space station. they will be taking off tomorrow and the shuttle will never fly again. people are very emotional on the shuttle and down in michigan troll as well. thi
of the workers come from outside of the city of amsterdam. they come mostly by car, but also a big part from public transport. what was the conclusion of all the businesses? if we go on like this, we have a real big problem in one, two years, maybe a little bit longer, we will not have any mobility anymore in our own region. that was one of the reasons that businesses came together and they were thinking, what can we do, not for a long time because it takes time, but what can we do today that helps today? that is important for the accessibility, and accessibility is very important for good, competition against the other regions in europe. of course, it is very important for the quality of life. if we want to attract international business, we need to attract people from outside. they only come if it is nice to live in your city. k4they were trying to reduce te parking, which was 10%. we went into negotiation with the employers' organizations and with employers, telling them that it is not only a problem of the public, but also a problem of their own companies. it worked. after half a year o
the necessary path of travel for pedestrians but if we open this up so we don't cut a big root. we try to preserve as many roots as we can. >> the path of travel, the city has a minimum travel standard, i believe it is 48 inches. >> it is. >> we easily maintained thap about we see where trees encroach on that or are tripping hazards. >> we never want to go less than 48 inches in the path of travel, ideally, it is more than that, but if it is scrult of losing or keeping a tree we'll shrink down to whatever we need to. >> let's move around the corner, to this. see if we can get in the shade over here. here we have one of those trees. what kind of yuke lip tass is this? >> this is the dollar one. >> i remember that from my tree classes. >> warren knows as much as do i, he's just in the wrong department. we're going to recruit him. >> so, what they call silver dollar. the leaves are the shape and size of silver dollars. silver dollar. >> this is another tree that we see fairly often in san francisco, although, not a tree that we, currently recommend as a street tree, but we'll never take o
mimiael and john ashworth pe to catch a big trout, but they fear fishing stampede rerervoir willllever be the same once 85% of this water is gone. the fish and wililife seseice decicicito takakthis water now atat70,000 acrcrfeet down to 20,0,0 a ae-feet to save the endangered cui-ui fish. at stampede reservoir, terry hardisty, , , source 2. this year fish a a wililife has chosen to use.e. to attempt a cui-i- spawning run in a year where there's veve low natural flow. we've had a low snow year.r. there's a low nanaral flow from natural run-off. if t tre were no resererirs ananno divivsions and no w wer issues, we were backk in the natatal state, ththflow wouldn't be suffifient all by itself to support cui-i- spawnwng run this y yr. ththtown of truckee wawabubut up around the railroad, and d adadional ininststes udededimber, lumber, and ice farming. now the economy is linked more to recreational l urism, and the people of truckee see the water in stataede e servoioi as an esesntial resource that s stains this economyy [eagan] almost eveve level of our e enono relates to the environmentn
. in san francisco hundreds gathered at civic center plaza to watch it on the big screen. team usa fans were disappointed, but they were also happy for japan. >> it is not a u.s. game without drama, that's for sure. and it was dramatic, but japan deserved it. u.s., we'll get them next year. >> they kept on coming back, so i wasn't worried at all. >> colin rush will have more highlights from today's match coming up in sports. and president obama also got into the world cup spirit today. he watched the match from his -- with his family, but his main focus has been that clock ticking down to the deadline in washington. abc's david curly is listening to the american taxpayers, and the obama administration says an agreement is possible. >> leaving church with his family, president obama gave a shoutout to the women's soccer team, but he is also rooting for the resurrection of the big deal. and they say it is possible. >> i think there is still time to get something big done. the president has made it clear he wants to do something substantial. >> but they say the president and the speaker, j
!! the really big chicken sandwich combo is back! and it's as big as ever. i'm gonna jump it! you can't jump that! it's two chicken patties, topped with bacon, and melting cheese plus seasoned curly fries and a drink for only $3.99! what do you know? your only a baby! vrrrrooooom! i'm t-rex and i came out of extinction cuz i heard the combo was back! and that got a million hits? yep. why do we even make commercials anymore? 'cause you like to be in them. >>> women's world cup action took the bay area and much of the country by storm this afternoon with a dramatic finish. thousands of bay area families and soccer fans gathered at civic center plaza in san francisco to watch the u.s. take on japan in the world cup final. most rooted for the u.s., some for japan. but in the end, it was really all about celebrating the game of women's soccer. >> i'm a huge soccer fan. i think it's the best game in the world, because the players play in different countries. there is a wonderful sportsmanship about the game. it's the world's game. that's why i love it. there is no way in the world i wouldn't be he
. >> and i'm rebecca jarvis. erica hill is off this morning. big bumer for the u.s. women's team. they were expected to win the world cup on sunday. a nail biter right to the end. it touched off huge celebrations in japan, where they're still recovering from the disasters, the earthquake, tsunami from early this spring. we'll have more on the tough loss for the u.s. women and what lies ahead in just a bit. >> so close. >> so close. >>> let's begin with the latest on the british tabloid hacking scandal. on sunday, london's top cop quit over his department's connection to the accused hacker and executive for the london newspaper was arrested. elizabeth palmer is in london with more this morning. liz, good morning. >> reporter: morning, chris. when this whole affair exploded exactly two weeks ago today, nobody dreamed how many powerful, high profile people would be dragged in and down. rebecca brooks, the former murdoch editor and british ceo, has now been bailed after her arrest yesterday. she spent several hours answering questions at a police station. there are two criminal inquiries now ge
the first place winner, mr. wes tyler of union square. wes? big mystery. who's the winner. >> by the process of elimination, it's koit! >> koit. mr. scotty bastopol for the third year in a row. love this city. thank you. >> runners up. the 47th not -- annual cable car bell ringing competition, no particular order, mr. trini whitaker. sullivan philips. ken lunardi. and joseph hsu. come up and get your trophies. thank the judges. [laughter] now it's time for what you've been waiting for, third place, ladies and gentlemen, mr. howard woo. howard woo. again, they're not booing you. all right. mr. ken mcdonald. chief of muni operations officer, please come forward to help me present the second place trophy. second place, ladies and gentlemen. mr. frank ware. and before we announce the winner i'm going to drag this out even longer. i'm going to take a moment to thank the kind people who made the 47th annual cable car bell ringing contest possible the the vice chair of the sfmt board of directors. and friends of the cable car music, union square association, trophy masters shanghai restaurant, ghir
big rig getting cleared out of the road. >> thank you. >>> what is next for casey anthony? the text message sent to her parents. plus a new twist for "news of the world." why the former ceo has now been arrested in the phone hacking scandal. >>> and it was more like karma heaven in southern california. the surprise for the 405 freeway and the bridge closure that we can expect here in the bay area. ,,,, [ female announcer ] this is the story of sam, who made an unexpected arrival. [ woman ] he was 4 months early, weighing 1 pound, 12 ounces. [ female announcer ] fortunately, sam was born at sutter health's alta bates summit medical center. [ woman ] the staff was remarkable. they made me feel safe, trusting, cared for. [ giggles ] they saved his life. i owe all of them my son. [ female announcer ] alta bates summit medical center and sutter health -- our story is you. i know you're worried about making your savings last and having enough income when you retire. that's why i'm here -- to help come up with a plan and get you on the right path. i have more than a thousand fidelity exper
of the incline, it can still be out there and we are seeing big delays now stretching through the foot of the mes. we are calling the bainbridge a house of this morning. other than that we are pretty accident free. >> the time is 7 02 a.m.. a developing story in richmond, they are following stories that left two people dead and one person in the hospital in critical condition. the shootings happened late last night on abyssal ave. knopf will tran is live on the scene. was this a gang-related or a targeted hit? >> at this point it is too early to tell. there are no arrests that have been made. no witnesses have stepped forward. o'clock here here is video from the scene. this happened about nine hours ago a man and woman died. there are standing in front of an apartment complex when someone shot them. they died on the scene. another woman there was also shot and it is in critical condition. 30 minutes before the shooting did was another shooting that involved a 23 year-old man hook. the spokesperson for the original police department spoke with us. she believes the shootings might be connected. >
and a big part of this community. i was grateful to see him here today before i turn over to arianna who i think is an expert on journalism and editorial, i want to go through a few points of real big things that we're betting on as a company, not talk about aol but let's talk about the things we see in the future and why we're putting such an investment in journalism. number one question i get from wall street all the time is why journalism, why are you choosing when the rest of the world seems to be going away from journalism? why are you opening up a thousand patches? why did you buy the "huffington post"? and i think the things i'm about to talk about are a core essence of what we believe them. the first is really a bit of the human needs stage which is, if you woke up and today was your first day on planet earth, what would you knows and what would you see? i think there's some very stark things. one is there's four or 5 billion phones in peoples pockets and a lot of smart phone growth across the world, which means people are going to be connected full-time with information all the ti
partners. this is a big thank you to microsoft for investing in our kids. before i start, i want to work knowledge a couple of people. our director of san francisco education and a wonderful partner. kimberly is here with her team. marie from the school district, and laurie, who heads our bridge to success program. these are folks that are making all of this happened. thank you for being here. i would like to welcome our host and chancellor from city college to welcome you and opened this up, dr. don griffin. [applause] >> thank you for being here today. i hope you are excited about mission campus. this is one of our finest campuses, but do not be fooled -- we have nine others, most of which are larger than this. we are very excited about you being here. one, i think you made a commitment to go to college, and college has made a commitment to you. we are trying to, this summer for the summer bridge, make college real for you. in other words, so there is no getting lost or confused about how to get financial aid, counseling, and all those things. this program here is for the students. we
to my colleagues. i have a great deal of respect for my colleagues, i do think it is a big mistake. i think how we address our homeless population and the services that we provide has been a problem for san francisco for a long time. care not cash has been a success by most objective measures. and i think to risk dismantling that would be a huge mistake here. i appreciate my colleagues and respect them but think it is a move in the wrong direction. the real intrigue is whether or not there is enough political pressure taken off the bat. >> and i just wanted to state that i do appreciate everyone's engagement on this issue. it wasn't the intent of our was to dismantle care not cash. we also see the success of this program. the big question is the equity amongst our homeless individuals and how we give the preferences. but we do appreciate it. at the time we will open it up for public comment. i have cards in front of me. we give two minutes. i will call the first 10 speakers. and then if you can please line it up closely to that order. >> if there r individuals that have the same time
big done. the president has made it clear he wants to do something substantial. >> reporter: with the default deadline just 15 days way, president obama and congressional leaders are scrambling to slash government spending and raise the debt limit. tomorrow, the house is expected to vote on the republicans cut, cap and balance plan that calls for immediate cuts and aggressive cap on future spending and a constitutional amendment requiring a balanced budget. senate democrats say the proposal, which rules out any tax hikes, is dead on arrival. >> we don't need an amendment. we basically need to accept the responsibility to do this job and to lead. >> reporter: there were no formal talks between president obama and congressional leaders over the weekend but behind the scenes, senate leaders are negotiating a bipartisan backup plan. the measure would allow president obama on his own to raise the debt ceiling in stages. it may also include 1 1/2 trillion dollars in spending cuts, not enough to satisfy most republicans. >> i think the mcconnell plan is more of washington not takin
a big part of the event was to help pay for her funeral. then set up a trust fund for her 2-year-old son. still activists from an empowerment program said they are shocked about how this union city mother was killed. >> a human being is dead. and a human being was burned alive. as a bay area community we need to be outraged. we cannot live in a society which is okay with violence against a woman. >> friends say she was a happy outgoing mother who loved her son. donations are still being accepted at the oakland ymca. and a $10,000 reward is being offered leading to the killer's arrest. >>> a young man who came here from the midwest has plans on a grand scale. mark sayre is in san francisco at the starting point for what is going to be a very long road ahead. hi, mark. >> reporter: long indeed, juliette. this journey will begin here tomorrow morning at san francisco fire station. 34. richmond district. this is a journey that is not only about endurance, it is also about honor. chris harly is a volunteer firefighter from wisconsin and it was 9/11 that attracted him to the fire service in th
-form and we'll see more drizzle. the big story throughout the week is this record-breaking heat wave. 90s and 100s under the strong ridge of high pressure to the east. the reason we can't warm up we have this dip in the jet stream, tossing some clouds our way and showers up on the north coast. until this last system clears by, monday into tuesday, our temperatures are going to stay mild to start the work week with areas of drizzle. so more cool temperatures relatively speaking for july through tuesday. then starting midweek we'll see the low clouds hang out on the coast, the marine layer is going to get squished down. 70s and 80s. then we're talking 90s for our inland valleys by the time you roll into next weekend. look for clouds to reform on the coast and misty skies and parts of the monday morning commute. tomorrow's highs a little warmer than today. we'll call for mostly sunny skies, at least around the south bay. should be in the mid to upper 70s around san jose. 65 for san francisco, not all that bad with partly cloudy skies toward the east bay highs in the 70s, closer to 80s, up to
you for being here. give yourselves a big round of applause. [applause] all i've got is some fish and a few loaves of bread. and a whole lot of folks have got to get fed. but seven seats were made in under seven days, the first man was forgiven when he missed the hague, the branch was taken by a dove to a book that was built before a flood, if a rainbow sent out a sign, if someone was told to sacrifice his own son and told to hold up before he was done, then the fish and bread that i just said is all that i've got, is all that i need for me to get fed and for me to feed a whole lot of folks in need because they set me on fire. when they look back, i was chilling. i had to fight like 10 older brothers, and because i had this dream, so they sold me out to a band of bandits and one day was commanded to stop, drop, when i got this fish that i found while fishing around, under water with the daughter of the pharaoh, the child was chosen to force the pharaoh to free his folks from a foreign land, repair everywoman, prepare every man, prepare every child, all you've got is that right in
in big cities, are much more resistant to the idea, including individual motorists, not just businesses afraid of profit. i am wondering, i am not sure how much a european have met with people who are very resistant, thinking it is like socialism, people just want to take over the streets and will not be room for cars and we will go slower and lose jobs. have you been able to convince people? what kind of arguments have you had? >> two weeks ago, a new york, it was 400 years ago that new amsterdam was found at -- was founded. they convinced the general director of the new york port authority to put into action a bike accessibility plan, a bike plan for the more than 200,000 employees of the new york port authority. so they convinced these men that it would be a benefit to invest in bike accessibility. the thing is, i don't know, maybe you could put out an opportunity to meet them. we are mainly preaching for people who like our message, but i hardly meet people -- the opposition. i don't know, maybe there are some people who are against too much like accessibility in the room here, but
black people. that big fight, brown versus the board of education so all the black kids can get an education. [inaudible] the books have pages missing, and they all have things written inside of them. at the main library, we have a demonstration going on. [inaudible] how come we cannot use that facility? they cannot even get a good job and fair pay. men, they come up missing. rape -- they do not want to talk about that, but if it is a white woman, it is on the news, on the radio, on television. i do not want to die like that. so i'm going to stay black and die. if i could do one thing -- >> i told you, you need to move on. do i need to get the police?" >> sir, i picked -- "sir, i paid my fare. it is my constitutional right." the driver gets off the bus. police officers come. they are at the back door. "i had trouble with this girl before." "the two of you need to get up. you know it is against the law." open " i paid my fair -- "i paid my fare. if i move now, i will get sick. i'm pregnant." there is a volunteer. i think he was sensing there was going to be trouble or something.
that is not always going to be on super bowl sunday on the big screen. it will not always capture that. if you want to push the revolution now and start handing of guns, you might shoot me, right? we do not have an understanding of exactly what needs to happen and how it needs to happen. i think education is critical. we have to push for an education that we're just not receiving for the most part. there are pockets of that happening, but i think that awareness will produce the next scenario -- the next generation of folks in entertainment, in the arts and all these arenas that are high-profile but with the embedded with this consciousness that will demand the stand up and say something. no more of the michael jordan cannot speak out because politics is not a good thing to speak out against. it will be the jamaican musicians, the peter toshes and bob marleys -- the people -- the politicians had to be responsive to what people were saying and doing because there was a movement around these high- profile folks. they cannot just represent the movement. they have to come out of the movement. it has to
our general fund budget deficit grow to $829 million. this is a big number, but of course that is if we do nothing. in response, the mayor has also proposed several financial strategies as part of that plan. those financial strategies include one piece of those financial strategies and revenue. those opposed to be about 12% of the solutions to that problem in the five-year financial plan. this proposal that is before you is an attempt to provide a solution to that piece of our problem. the rest of the solution was coming from the expenditure side which means reducing city costs and pension reform, which the mayor has been working very hard to implement. it means reducing the size of our work force and the cost of doing business as city departments and reductions to the amount that we're able to allocate to the contractors, a wide range of policy approach is designed to close that gap and bring this back into sound basic structural financial balance over the next five years. the approach that the mayor has tried to take is to spread those -- the burden of those solutions ou
looking for that was not too big, that was going to be over our head, and yet it was big enough for us to get into the field and moving forward. i understand there is a lot at stake. we want to do the right thing. >> commisioner joseph: best of luck. >> a couple of questions. jt's thing in the application, with respect to the gentleman from the security company. do you do security at other places or music venues? >> yes. i am ed thistle. i have been in this city since 1996 and i have managed a couple of clubs have worked in, eight or nine different clubs before starting yojimbo. >> you have other clients in the city? >> we are at badlands, the starlight lounge, and other facilities. those are the primary nightclubs. >> i had a couple quick questions. the current venue as it exists, has it been troubled recently? >> shine is a small lounge and because of its location and demographic and its programming, we never had problems. we have no history of violence and no -- the only sound complete we had was six years ago. five years ago. even then it was a minor thing that was resolved. >> com
. >>> good morning. we've got a problem around morgan hill area. northbound 101, jackknifed big rig and we're getting word from the chp that has been cleared. there may be flashing lights there. ace train number 1 five to ten minutes late. you got slow traffic in san jose also. southbound guadalupe parkway, a little slowing. highway 87 doesn't look like any slowing there. that is just south of area there. so far so good this morning. no major stalls or accidents to report to you. kristen? >>> the city got paid for the ads. now, they wanted to get paid for those damages the ads caused and they are ready to sue advertisers over what those have done to city buses. and kicking open the record books. the historic achievement that sparked a national holiday this weekend. record at the box office, how the final harry potter movie ranked. i'm carla, and this is my cvs. we look out for patients by offering care 1 on 1. we help them save money with generic prescriptions. we talk to them about prescription safety and -- help them save money. plus we discuss possible side effects and -- help them save
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